Working as a member of the African American Arts Institute's Marketing and Communications staff, the Video Media Assistant's role is to produce, modify, and store digital video documentation of performances and other events, and work on video projects such as promotional videos. This position reports to the Events and Communications Specialist of the African American Arts Institute (AAAI).
Two years of college in photography, journalism, telecommunications or related fields OR two years of practical training in film or videography with an apprenticeship program or vocational school and two years of experience in digital photography and videography, with one year of experience using digital video editing applications (Premier Pro, Final Cut Pro) on Mac platform.
Combinations of the minimum education qualification may be considered.
Possess a valid driver's license with the ability to be insured by Indiana University.
Demonstrated high level skill in using professional-level video cameras, including DSLR and cinema, and video accessories such as lighting instruments and microphones. Demonstrated proficiency in using digital video and audio editing applications (Premier Pro, Final Cut Pro, Pro Tools). Demonstrated ability to conceive and organize video projects. Demonstrated proficiency in using Microsoft Office applications, especially Excel. Proficiency in using Macintosh computers. Demonstrated ability to create video projects using an assortment of clips, B-Roll, voiceover, characters and effects. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work independently and as a member of a team. Ability to build and maintain rapport with faculty, staff, students, parents, representatives, and the community. Practical application with database, spreadsheet, word processing, presentation software, e-mail, and search engines.
Experience shooting live performances in stage lighting.
Working Conditions / Demands
Able to work flexible hours. Must be available to attend and shoot performances and events. Office hours must be scheduled with the permission of Events and Communications Specialist.
$15.54 per hour
10 to 15 hours per week.
Must comply with Indiana University's Temporary Employee Policy regarding 29-58-116 hour rule: a maximum of no more than 29 hours per week of work across all positions of employment held with Indiana University.
Salary Plan: HS
Salary Grade: HS
Job Function: Temporary Hourly
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